The number that rookie running back David Cobb wore all throughout college has a hidden rule behind it in Tennessee.
That rule is, don’t wear it!
Cobb grew up watching the legendary Eddie George when he played for the Titans. His number is marveled upon and shown respect by anyone that has played the running back position for the Titans.
This is according to ESPN Titans reporter...
With the 14th overall pick in the 1996 NFL Draft, the Houston Oilers selected Eddie George, a prolific running back out of Ohio State University.As a Buckeye, George amassed career totals of 45 touchdowns, 4,284 all-purpose yards, and a 5.5 yards-per-carry average – not too shabby. However, it is his 1995 season that truly set him apart from the rest of the nation.After starting...
The Tennessee Titans are coming off one of the worst seasons in franchise history. They haven’t earned a playoff spot since the 2008 campaign.
More than this, the team’s front office is somewhat of a mess. Tommy Smith announced that he was resigning from his role as the Titans president and CEO earlier this offseason.
To say that things aren’t going swimmingly in Nashville...
For some guys adjusting to life outside of the NFL is more than they can handle. We hear the stories all the time about former players struggling trying to adjust to life after the game. Former Tennessee Titans running back Eddie George has been out of the game for a few years now, and so far struggling is the one thing he has not done.He's acted, he's earned an MBA, he's started...
Former Heisman Trophy winning running back Eddie George knows a thing or two about succeeding in the NFL. The former Ohio State running back, now Fox Sports analyst was a household back during his time with the Oilers/Titans/Cowboys, rushing for over 10,000 yards in his career. Currently, George is a College Football analyst with Fox […]
It's no secret, for most NFL players, life after football is tough.
They live privileged lives in a world filled with pride and money, but often struggle to adapt to "real life" when their careers abruptly end.
Eddie George is one of those players.
The Ohio State legend and former Titans running back recently opened up about his struggles after retirement, admitting that he fights...
A Buckeye legend is about to get honored in the state where he became an NFL great.
Eddie George will be inducted into the Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame this May.
George starred as a feature back for the Titans, drafted by the franchise (then the Houston Oilers) with a first round pick in 1996.
You'll remember George helping lead Tennessee to Super Bowl XXXIV, the famous 'one yard...
Eddie George was too busy charging through defenses as an NFL running back to stop and inspect the stadium turf. Now retired, he's turning a critical eye to home building and design as a judge on a new reality television show.
George joins designer Nate Berkus and interior decorator Monica Pedersen on ''American Dream Builders'' debuting March 23 on NBC.
For George, the show is...
Via AP on Fox
January 20, 2014
Eddie George will play the role of Othello the Moor in the 2014 Nashville Shakespeare Festival.